Obamacare Defenders Have Nothing Left to Defend! All They Do is LIE

The concept of a pure repeal bill doesn’t exist! It never has existed! SD has told us numerous times that the bill that Barry from Hawaii vetoed in 2015 was NOT a repeal bill. Beyond the fact that we have only 52 Republican Senators, a full repeal would need 60 Senator votes. Here is the part many really aren’t aware of; many Republican Senators would NEVER EVER vote for a full repeal. We would need 70 Republicans to have a chance at getting 60 to vote for a FULL REPEAL.

Back to reality now! The Republicans can only do so much through the process of reconciliation. This bill is a good bill. It helps states that expanded their medicaid because of Obozocare ample time to deal with the ramifications of no longer receiving government funding. That won’t occur until 2024. This bill doesn’t penalize folks that decide I am not buying health insurance. The House bill would have them pay a 30% surcharge if they went without insurance for 63 days. This bill has no such penalty.

This bill also takes freeloaders ability to milk the damn system away! It allows states to impose a work requirement on non-pregnant, non-disabled, non-elderly individuals receiving Medicaid. Look what has happened in states that provide EPIC benefits. When you can’t freeload, they run for the hills and find a DAMN job!


From the article linked above:

13 Alabama counties saw 85 percent drop in food stamp participation after work requirements restarted

As of Jan. 1, 2017, there were 13,663 able-bodied adults without dependents receiving food stamps statewide. That number dropped to 7,483 by May 1, 2017. Among the 13 counties, there were 5,538 adults ages 18-50 without dependents receiving food stamps as of Jan. 1, 2017. That number dropped to 831 – a decline of about 85 percent – by May 1, 2017.

For all those that say Phase 3 is a pipe dream, bills have already been passed in the House!


From the article linked above:

Phase 3 is actually four pieces of legislation:

While the Senate was working on its own legislation to eliminate the Affordable Care Act, the House moved ahead with a second piece of legislation to further chip away at the landmark health care law.

The aforementioned Broad Choices for Americans Act.

The Verify First Act, which would bar illegal immigrants from receiving tax credits under the ACA or the AHCA.

The Veterans Equal Treatment Ensures Relief and Access Now (VETERAN) Act, which would allow veterans the choice to stay in the Veterans Affairs programs or instead get financial support for a private health care plan.

The Protecting Access to Care Act, which would cap malpractice payouts at $250,000 for damages that don’t have a direct economic impact, like lost wages or medical expenses.

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